If a child or family member of a child exhibit any of the following, the child may NOT attend school:
If a child becomes sick at school, they will be isolated from others and expected to be picked up quickly. If symptoms continue or worsen CDC advises you contact your health care provider.
To return to school:
If a child or family member comes in contact with a person who has Covid-19 or suspected Covid-19:
Rash or eye inflammation – the condition must be diagnosed by a physician prior to sending a child to school.
Nausea or diarrhea – a child who is nauseated, has vomited or has experienced diarrhea in the last 72 hours must be kept at home for observation.
Cold – It can be difficult to differentiate the onset of a cold from early symptoms of COVID-19. A child who exhibits the early symptoms of a cold should be monitored at home before returning to school. Cold symptoms, especially sneezes and coughs, can easily transfer germs among children. Frequent hand washing is important at this juncture to avoid spreading colds. A doctor’s note will be required to return to school.
Antibiotics – A child whose doctor has prescribed antibiotics must be on the medication for a minimum of 72 hours prior to returning to school.